Tag Archives: Growing

In festival-hit 'Moonlight,' growing up black and gay

By JAKE COYLE, AP Film Writer TORONTO (AP) — The shimmering glow of Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight,” a poetic coming-of-age tale told across three chapters about a young gay black kid growing up in a poor, drug-ridden neighborhood of Miami, has lit up this year’s fall film festival circuit like no other film. Following its much-lauded debut at the Telluride Film ...

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7 Job Sectors Where Wages Are Growing

Filed under: Industry News Getty By Christa Avampato The economy’s improving, but certain industries are experiencing a greater rebound than others. And the data can be confusing, because “job growth” in reports refers to the number of jobs, not higher wages. (See also: 9 Jobs You May Not Have Considered – But Should) Here are seven job sectors exhibiting salary ...

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The triangle’s holy war: The offensive system that won Phil Jackson 11 championships is back, but can it silence a growing legion of critics?

The world’s foremost apostle for the Triangle offense does not coach in the NBA. He doesn’t coach in college or American high school, either. He doesn’t coach in the United States at all. His name is Tim Cone, and he is speaking into a cellphone months after securing his 18th Philippine Basketball Association trophy. The victory marked the second time ...

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HIV Treatment Keeps A Family Together And Growing In Kenya

hide captionWhen Benta Odeny was diagnosed with HIV, she could protect her husband Daniel from the virus by taking anti-HIV medications. The same drugs also helped her give birth to an HIV-negative daughter, Angelia. Gregory Warner/NPR Daniel and Benta Odeny married late by African standards: Both were in their 30s. And they’d only just hit their third anniversary when Benta ...

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Growing up Geek: Timothy J. Seppala

Welcome to Growing Up Geek, an ongoing feature where we take a look back at our youth and tell stories of growing up to be the nerds that we are. Today, we have our very own Timothy J. Seppala. I was 7 years old the first time I read Jaws. I was in second grade, and like most boys that ...

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